2 edition of power of woman-positive literacy work found in the catalog.
power of woman-positive literacy work
|Statement||Betty-Ann Lloyd with Frances Ennis and Tannis Atkinson.|
|Contributions||Atkinson, Tannis., Ennis, Frances., Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
ARC/INFO users guide
U.S. Mints accounting and control problems need management attention
New Bible commentary
Penguin listening skills
Report to Assembly Ways & Means Committee and Senate Finance Committee
Catalogue of wall-paintings from ancient shrines in Central Asia and Sīstān
Thermodynamics of structure
laws of public notice advertising in Pennsylvania
Self-consistency, a theory of personality
Conference proceedings--Solar Heating and Cooling Systems Operational Results, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 28 Nov.-1 Dec., 1978
A Falconguide. to Assateague Island National Seashore (Exploring)
A Gesture of Chivalry
The Power of Woman-Positive Literacy Work. Atkinson, Tannis; And Others This book, which is written and designed for intermediate adult literacy students, relates selected outcomes of 12 "woman-positive" literacy and adult basic education programs that were sponsored/studied in different parts of Canada by the Canadian Congress for Learning Author: Tannis Atkinson.
This book contains 15 chapters that were written by women from 12 Canadian adult literacy and basic education programs who participated in an exploratory research project designed to document the process and results of woman-positive literacy work.
The following sections are included: "Exploring the Concept of Woman-Positive within Learner-Centered Literacy Programs: A Program-Based Action Cited by: 2.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Co-published by: Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women. Description: vi, 90 p.: ill. The power of woman-positive literacy work: program-based action research.
LC L58 Literacy in classrooms: reports of classroom research projects conducted by teachers. The Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women has also published Listen to Women in Literacy: The Power of Woman-Positive Literacy Work by Tannis Atkinson with Frances Ennis and Betty-Ann Lloyd.
It portrays the work of twelve adult literacy programs across Canada that initiated programs specifically for women. Research outlines many barriers for women pursuing basic education and literacy, and recommends using woman-positive approaches (Sheared, ).
However, there exists little research on how educational systems and policies, instructional materials, and pedagogical practices best support the literacy and educational achievement of women literacy. Women and Literacy: A Nepal Perspective Article in International Journal of Educational Development 20(4) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Anna Robinson-Pant.
© The Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women ISBN number: Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data Main entry under title: Making. A study they conducted inThe Power of Woman-Positive Literacy Work (Lloyd, Ennis and Atkinson), found that literacy workers wanted women-centred materials, and that violence against women creates many barriers to learning.
InCCLOW gathered a group of Canadian women educators to create a practical teaching resource that would help.